“There was an Old Person of Fife,
Who was greatly disgusted with life;
They sang him a ballad,
and fed him on salad,
Which cured that Old Person of Fife.”
– Edward Lear, that limerick writing dude of the 1800s
They must have given the Old Person of Fife one of these…
My 4-pound warehouse club bag of quinoa is now down to 1.3 pounds after making this recipe. Every time I cook quinoa, I wonder how could I have been so oblivious of it. I used to travel to South America frequently and wouldn’t give it a second look. For my interpretation of the quinoa, fruit, and nut salad recipe in Around My French Table, this week’s selection for French Fridays with Dorie, I studded the cooked grains with golden raisins (from the Beggar’s Linguine shopping spree), dried cranberries, toasted walnuts, and almonds. I wish I hadn’t eaten all of my dried apricots last week! They would have been great here too.